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James wrote:
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Date: Wed, 9 Oct 1996 22:24:59 -0400 (EDT)
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Assemblage

http://www.shef.ac.uk/uni/union/susoc/assem/index.html
(Link inactive 7 February 2005)

http://www.assemblage.group.shef.ac.uk/
(Link active 7 February 2005)

The Sheffield Graduate Journal of Archaeology, this electronic
publication seeks to provide writers with experience in the process of
publishing academic work, present readers with stimulating material to
consider and debate, and forge stronger ties within an increasingly
fragmented graduate population. It includes both material written by
graduate students and articles from established researchers of interest
to graduate students.
The journal is divided into sections entitled Research Papers,
Features, Forum, Recantations, Field Notes, Reviews, and Web Stuff. Also
included are fun pages and information pages providing links to
archaeological resources on the Web.
Research papers are by graduate students in the field of archaeology.
Features includes articles related to archaeology in some way, from the
use of 3D imaging in forensic facial reconstruction to the similarities
between the cult of Caesar and the cult of Elvis. Forum provides point of
view articles on concerns, developments and popular misconceptions in the
field of archaeology. Recantations is a section for researchers to
comment on their past research and to revise, recant, and/or reflect on
the implications of that research. Field Notes is dedicated to bringing
to light on-going work which archaeology students are undertaking in the
field. Reviews are of recent books on history and archaeology. Web Stuff
includes archaeological websites, e-journals, and other sites of
interest.

Email: assemblage@sheffield.ac.uk

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